New “Battle: Los Angeles” clips

I shared the latest “Battle: L.A.” poster a few weeks ago, and now I’m giving you two clips from the movie, courtesy of fearnet.com.

The epicness that is this movie hits theaters in less than two weeks on March 11.

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Coming Soon: “Restless”

“Restless” is a story of a terminally ill girl who falls for a funeral-crashing boy with an invisible friend best. Directed by Gus Van Sant (“Milk”), it doesn’t have a U.S. release date yet, but I’m waiting on the edge of my seat, regardless.

“There’s this kind of songbird that thinks it dies every time the sun goes down. In the morning when it wakes up, it’s totally shocked to still be alive, so it sings this really beautiful song. I’ve sung every morning since I met you.”

Two horror trailers for the price of one


After months of waiting, the “Apollo 18” trailer is finally here!

At first glance, I was a little bored (and upset that I was bored), but the clip gets more exciting toward the end.

Pretty much nothing was known about this film until the trailer was released today. It still doesn’t reveal much, but according to ShockTillYouDrop.com, “The film, which will shoot in a “found footage” documentary style, will pretend to unearth lost footage from Apollo 18’s undocumented and covert mission to the moon, revealing disturbing new footage of other life forms.”

“Apollo 18” hits theaters on April 22.

“Insidious” looks even better. The film comes from the makers of “Paranormal Activity” and “Saw,” so I have no doubt that it’s going to be awesome. Plus, the poster (above) looks insane.

Check out the trailer for yourself:

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“Insidious” comes out April 1. It looks like it’s going to be a good month for movies!

“Scream 4” and “Battle L.A.”: the final posters

Dimension and Sony have released the final posters for “Scream 4” and “Battle L.A.,” respectively.

They also happen to be my favorite ones for each film.

Check ’em out:

Radiohead album drops a day early

Today, Radiohead released its eighth album, “King of Limbs,” a day early.

The band also unveiled a video for “Lotus Flower,” the first single off the album.

Check it out here:

Forget “Darrin’s Dance Grooves.” I want Thom Yorke to teach me how to Dougie.

His moves sort of fit Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” better than his own song:

Song of the day: “Poison & Wine”

Artist: The Civil Wars

Song: “Poison & Wine”

Album: Barton Hollow (2011)

You know when you hear a song for the first time and it’s just so painfully good that you can’t stop listening to it? This is one of those songs.

The Civil Wars is a folk duo composed of Joy Williams and John Paul White (who, by the way, is a dead ringer for Johnny Depp and Jack White’s hypothetical child).

This song comes off of the singer/songwriter-duo’s first full-length album which was released on Feb. 1, 2011.

Do yourself a favor and just listen. Like I said: painfully good.

“The King of Limbs”: New Radiohead album in four days

Yesterday, Radiohead announced that they would finally be releasing a follow-up album to their latest, the brilliance that is “In Rainbows.”

The unorthodox part? They made the announcement on Monday about an album they’d be releasing on Saturday. Most bands give you a fair warning to mark your calendars and sit on the edge of your seat for a few months, but I think I like the element of surprise better.

“The King of Limbs” will be available for download from Radiohead’s official site on Saturday, Feb. 19.

You’ll have to wait to purchase the album from iTunes or in store until March 28. Eventually, it will also be available in the form of two 10″ clear vinyl records. *Squeal*